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Jan 26, 2013 7:00am PST
to watch is a piece of that energy move into the intermountain west. it's dry in colorado now, but we'll watch -- watch what happens from here into the upper midwest. we're going to see an ice storm develop once again. and chicago actually has a winter storm watch posted from tomorrow morning through monday morning. the timeline, 1:00 tomorrow afternoon, here's chicago. the pink delineates where we will see freezing rain. why it's freezing rain instead of chicago instead of snow, you ask, is right at the surface is where we have temperatures at the surface, immediately close to the ground. we have them above freezing. and so we're seeing some temperatures right along there. we're watching the liquid fall to the ground but freezing on the surface where temperatures down there are cold. but above that in the atmosphere, it's much warmer. we're going to watch this ice storm move east and then impact the northeast for the day on monday. in terms of temperatures, it has been frigid. the coldest arctic air of the season. that is pushing eastward. finally, this big ridge of high pressure, te
Jan 26, 2013 5:00am PST
but they finally have gotten that inch snow. an ice storm will develop, little piece of the energy. that's really in the central rockies around denver. it will break off. i'll put this in motion for you. as we head through from tomorrow morning, that's in chicago. we have a winter storm watch. tomorrow morning through monday morning. and you can see, this is sunday at 1:00. here is chicago. and this is ice. it's going to be potentially freezing rain. now why it's freezing rain instead of snow is because the air right at the ground is below freezing, but the air at higher altitudes, above us, is above that. it's coming down as liquid and then freezing on the ground, not coming down as snow. sunday at 9:00, you can see. here is the ice around chicago. could be substantial, actually. could be a quarter inch or so. that may seem minute, but in terms of ice, it is substantial, in terms of the power lines potentially, the trees, sagging of the limbs, breaking off. the roads being icy, the bridges. certainly we could see that. on monday it all moves into the northeast as, in western new york, upstate ne
Jan 27, 2013 5:00am PST
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Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)